I know it doesn’t quite feel like spring for most of you, but the spring Mother Culture Habit Tracker is ready for you nonetheless. The smile it gives you will put a little warmth in your shiver, hm? We had some requests for student reading trackers to match and Maritza came up with not one but three designs to choose from! When you fill out the form to get yours, you’ll get the Spring Mother Culture Habit Tracker and the three student trackers, and all of this comes with instructions (which you might need if this is your first habit tracker rodeo).
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What are we tracking?
Many of you already know the drill, but it bears repeating. What exactly are we tracking with these Mother Culture Habit Trackers? Since we can’t track nebulous things like “personal growth” or “feeding the soul with ideas” we choose instead to track habits that lead to these sorts of ends. We define Mother Culture here according to the original article in The Parents’ Review: 30 minutes per day of reading. Maintain a stack of books (at least one of each) in three categories: stiff, moderately easy, and novel. When it’s time to read, pick up the book you feel fit for.
Here are the books I plan to enjoy this spring:
Stiff Book: The Temple and the Church’s Mission: A Biblical Theology of the Dwelling Place of God by GK Beale
Moderately Easy Book: You Who: Why You Matter and How to Deal With It by Rachel Jankovic
I had wanted to buy Rachel Jankovic’s new book and was trying to figure out how to justify the purchase when I realized I needed an airplane book! Hooray!
Novel: Christy by Catherine Marshall
Happy spring reading, my friends! ♥
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